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hours. at this point no one knows what led to the big brawl. >> i know it's early, but is there any word of any arrests or suspects they're looking for? >> reporter: at this point investigators are still working on the scene here. they have not released any information about any suspects or any arrests at this point. >> wisdom martin, thanks very much. >>> another big story right now, an armored car heist erupted in gunfire leaving a suspected robber dead. when the man pulled the gun on the truck's guards in a busy shopping center in northeast d.c., the guards were ready for him. fox 5's paul wagner has the story. >> reporter: bill schultz and his son liam had just left the bank and entered the convenience store when they heard the gunfire from the parking lot. >> we heard seven or eight pop, pop, pop, and it was strange. people looked around in the store like what's that, someone lighting off fireworks early and we looked out. there were two what looked like guards, you know, armored car guards, guns drawn on either side of the truck and there was a person on the ground motionless. >> r
morris. >>> the other big story today, the casey anthony murder trial. after more than a month of testimony, the defense has delivered its closing arguments. today, the prosecution gives its rebuttal and jurors are expected to begin deliberations. jessica stone has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. the jury is set to make the decision about whether or not 25-year-old casey anthony is guilty of the murder of her #- year-old daughter that, coming after the -- her 2-year-old daughter, that coming after the prosecution gets a chance to rebut the defense team's closing arguments. prosecutors and defense attorneys went toe to toe on sunday. >> he died because her mother decided the life she wanted was more important. this murder was premeditated and the defendant is guilty. >> this prosecution would raise the level of desperation to make up for that you are lack of evidence. >> reporter: the state called casey anthony a liar who murdered her daughter caylee. maria heal says the prosecutor was methodical and succinct in his close arguments. >> he came right out of the box and tal
get our attention in a big hurry and we're going watch it. >> thank you. >>> the hacking scandal in the uk taking a dramatic turn. >>> and the new bomb shell dropped by an expert who testified at the casey anthony trial. >>> and pretty safe to say that this won't be the photo making the weeing bum. why a bride got busted on her big day. we'll be right back.  >> high drama inbrate ape as news corp chairman rupert murdoch, his son janes and former news of the world editor rebekah brookes testified about the phone hacking scandal that gripped the country for weeks now and shawn yancy has more on today's proceedings. >> reporter: when rupert murdoch addressed lawmakers, he seemed confused and flustered. the moments in the proceedings, a protestor interrupted the hearing and take a look. >> oh. >> a man tried to throw a foam pie into his face. wendy, the wife in the jacket quickly tried to s.w.a.t. it away. the police arrested the man. the hearing continued 10 minutes later, he continued the testimony saying while he's the ceo of the company that hacks phones, he's not res
and a lot of people aren't, the dow and the s&p 500 had a big turn outyesterday. snapped a five-day losing streak v winning streak. sorry. >> this is what happened. the end of june was spectacular. the markets rallied all last week. you weren't here. we were talking about how markets were going up, up, up, up and up. yesterday, that camey to halt and the dow and s&p 500 finished lower. the nasdaq got that nine-point gain. there you go. that was thanks to shares of netflix. >> let's talk about something else. june jobs report is also coming out. what can we look forward to on that. >> we are expecting about 100,000 jobs to have been created in june. we'll find out what the unemployment rate is also. that is expected to stay steady at 9.1%. on big jobs weeks, it is what everybody talks about leading up to friday. we talk about it for days on end and it finally happens at 8:30 every friday morning and we'll see a big reaction in the markets based on what happens if it surprises in a good way or bad way. >> let's talk about something i to know about and movies. netflix rallied 8% to an all- ti
out of service can be down right scary. >> i feel like if you trip it would be just like a big tumble, you just keep falling down. it's like what are we supposed to -- you know, if i break some bones what's going to happen then. is somebody going to pay me? >> reporter: metro says one of the three escalators here was already under repair and when the up escalator broke down they tried to switch the down to up and it too failed. >> it's terrible. it's hot. you're confused, you going to fall. it don't make sense. >> reporter: that wasn't the only issue here. >> the elevator is now out of service which, you know, leaves you in an impossible situation. >> reporter: especially if like william malone, you move kind of slow. >> well, i think i'm holding up people behind me. got a lot of hurried commuters behind you. >> reporter: and for awhile here at bethesda. >> people are going up and down on the same escalator. >> reporter: not an ideal predicament on any day. happy to report right now, both the up and down escalators are working now here at bethesda. metro says with this extreme heat, m
a little over an hour ago and there is some big gaps on both sides to overcome. >> reporter: in a surprise appearance tuesday afternoon at the white house, president obama said he would personally take over the negotiations of raising the debt ceiling as time begins to run out j. we need to come together the next two weeks to reach a deal that reduces the deficit and upholds the faith and credit of the united states government. >> reporter: the u.s. reached the $14.3 trillion debt limit in may. the white house warns congress has to raise that ceiling by july 22nd or the u.s. could default on its loans on august 2nd. republicans say the rush is not necessary. >> nobody's going to have time to read it or consider the implications of it and he's going to say you have to pass it or the economy is going down the tubes. that is irresponsible. >> reporter: the differences between the two sides are real. republicans are saying they want deep budget cuts of about they will come to an agreement and des are saying they want to raise revenue biening some corporate -- by ending corporate and individual
, pretty big ones too up towards cleveland and chicago and some of that is going to make its way into the washington area during the course of the day today. not perfectly sunny conditions expected today as we'll kind of be partly to mostly cloudy for much of the day. let's do temperatures now. overnight, falling back to the 60s. nice morning in martinsburg. here in washington, we are a little warmer. we are holding on to the heat again, 79 in downtown washington. open up for you a little bit. cloud cover and rain holding temperatures down in maces like pittsburgh. we are at 70 and 74 in chicago. here is your forecast. mostly cloudy. could be some showers during the course of the day. 91 your daytime high and we are in for a lot of heat starting tomorrow. >> thank you. >>> let's check in with julie wright. what is going on? >> well, it is not so bad right now. you will find lanes are open in each direction traveling to and from the wilson bridge. the trip northbound on i-95 this morning for you guys working your way out of dale city and headed up towards the capital beltway, rice
of the thunderstorm activity is well back out to the northwest. i want to take you back up here to minneapolis, big thunderstorms moving through tonight. minneapolis today for a high temperature was 99 degrees, lots of heat out in the nation's midsection. these thunderstorms, though, out ahead of a cold front that's really going to come through here on sunday and it's going to bring us some thunderstorms. i don't think it's going to be anything like that, but it will bring us at least a chance of some showers and thunderstorms sunday evening into sunday night and it's looking now like it will push to the south and we're doing pretty good now with the forecast for july the 4th, but again a lot of big heat out in the central plains. dallas was 98, wichita 103, omaha 97 and there's minneapolis, high today of 99 degrees, st. louis is 96 as is little rock and i think we'll feel closer to that tomorrow and tomorrow afternoon. still 79 in town, gaithersburg 66, manassas the same and a little cooler back out there for martinsburg and winchester, too. how about that 4th of july forecast? what we can expect
not to get done. >> the reality is that there is a big divide between the two parties here. they see the role of government fund amally differently. and that is not something to split the difference on. >> reporter: the plan now? white house and congressional staffers will talk with the main players returning to the white house send to spell out what the president said are both sides bottom line. and, you know, the white house is ogre to get an agreement on this as it goes into the re- election season. the news on the economy has not been good lately. the economy grow at a 1.9% annual rate the first three months of this year in comparison to growing at a 3.1% the last three months of 2010, there is a lot at stake here. >> we have seen this debt dealing date be a moving target. if the debt ceiling is not raised which, we hear is august 2nd, could we be facing another government shutdown? >> reporter: the economic analyst said the answer here is yes and no. the prevailing wisdom is that both sides are going to reach the agreement, even if it comes to august 1st. clearly, if they get to august 2
. one big complaint is that doctors often don't know there is a shortage until they've ordered the medication and can't get it. one thing that the american society of health system pharmacists would like is to have the fda require manufacturers to give notice ahead of time so that people can prepare accordingly. melanie alnwick, fox 5 news. >>> a big day at nats park including a visit from the first lady. plus, venus williams steps on the court for the first time in the u.s. this year. coming up income on fox -- next on fox 5 morning news. kills the source of mold allergens. helping your family thrive during allergy season. inside your home. lysol disinfecting wipes remove more than 95% of allergens. and lysol disinfectant spray kills the source of mold allergens. helping your family thrive during allergy season. hi. looking good! you've lost some weight. thanks! you noticed! you know these clothes are too big now, so i'm donating them. not going back there again. good for you! how'd you do it? eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who
or something, and when i looked outside, i saw trees everywhere. >> reporter: big trees. trees that tore down power, telephone and cable lines. so many trees that 44 hours after the storm, some streets were still completely blocked. that slowed down power crews from dominion virginia. it wasn't just trees that were damaged. windows, cars and buildings were smashed by the falling trees. jay williams was in his upstairs bathroom when his wife called everyone to the basement. he would have been crushed by the falling tree had he not moved instantly. >> it went all the way through our master bath where i was. >> right where he was standing two seconds before. >> and when it hit the house, my son i was carrying, we were on the stairs running down to the basement. >> reporter: there is significant damage in three floors of the williams' house, but they feel lucky no one was injured. it may take five months for the home to be repaired. but at least everyone is alive, and arlington officials say no one was injured either because of the sunday storm. in arlington, john henrehan, fox 5 news. >>> a fox
, lengthical current. that was the big of the fear in jumping. >> reporter: people texting don't fall on to the tracks every day. but metro sees people trip and fall while texting on escalators or just walking. and those are the opportunities for accidents to happen. >> reporter: the accident happened july 3rd, a sunday. trains run every 12 minutes instead ofef six. fortunate timing because minutes after the rescue, a train arrived. >> and that shock me up a little bit. i had tears in my eyes. >> reporter: he doesn't remember the woman's name and never saw if show had her phone. in bethesda, sherri ly, fox few news. >> medics treated the woman at the station to make her feel better. the rescuer made up a story telling her he once fell down stairs while texting. >> a fire at the local hospital this morning and that is next. we'll check in with tucker and julie coming up. it's 5:31.  >> welcome back, it's 5:33 on this friday morning. the date, july 15th and the sky was pretty this morning and what looked like a full moon this morning. thanks for being with us. steve
with our big story, the heat wave. it has already proved to be deadly in other parts of the country. the national weather service says the hot weather is to blame for 13 deaths nationwide since last week. people who work outdoors are being reminded to take breaks and drink lots of water. >>> pepco says you should conserve energy during the middle of the day when air conditioners will be working the hardest. set your thermostat at 78 degrees. >>> good morning. i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's get a check on the weather with the very hot tucker barnes, hot as in everybody is kind of hot. not that kind of hot. >> today won't be the worst of it. it will probably be the best of it as we'll only be in the mid- 90s for afternoon highs. look out, here come the 100s. could be an isolated storm later today, 94 degrees. we are still talking triple digits starting tomorrow. all those details in just a minute. back to you. >> thank you very much, tucker barnes. >>> we are following some breaking news right now in arlington where arlington county police officer is seriously
and i was going to look outside. when i looked outside, i saw it, trees everywhere. >> reporter: big trees. trees that tore down power, telephone and cable lines. so many trees that 44 hours after the storm, some streets were so completely blocked and that slowed down power crews from dominion, virginia. it was not just trees damaged, windows, cars, and buildings were smashed by the falling trees and jay williams was in the upstairs bathroom when his wife called everyone to the basement. he would have been crushed by the falling tree had he not moved instantly yo and that went through where i was. >> where he was standing. >> a few secs before. >> and when -- the house, we were -- my son, we were carrying him and was on the stairs running down the basement. >> reporter: there is significant damage in three floors of the williams' house, but they feel lucky no one was injured yet may take five months for them, but they alive and there were no injuries either. at the peak, 11,000 homes were without power in this neighborhood and it's less than a thousand homes without power and domini
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